Are you worried that the numbers of COVID-19 cases are continually increasing?
Every day the media is telling us how many new cases there are. What do you think when you hear that? Are you worried, or scared?
But all that we’re hearing is the number of cases, the media is not telling us what that really means. How many people are hospitalized, how any are having serious health problems, and how many have mild or no symptoms? Without a lot of digging it is actually pretty hard to find that data.
What if not everything that we are being told is true? Should people still be scared? People are not visiting their families, they’re not going to public places, for example my son is not going to the gym because he is concerned about the virus.
There are many thing that I am not seeing in the mainstream media, but let’s just look now at the test that is being used to tell us the numbers of infected. They are using a PCR and an Antigen test to diagnose Covid-19, here’s a quick description of each from the Mayo Clinic website:
The FDA approved these types of tests for diagnosing a COVID-19 infection:
PCR test. This COVID-19 test detects genetic material of the virus using a lab technique called polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Also called a molecular test, a health care worker collects fluid from a nasal or throat swab or from saliva. Results may be available in minutes if analyzed onsite or a few days — or longer in locations with test processing delays — if sent to an outside lab. PCR tests are very accurate when properly performed by a health care professional, but the rapid test can miss some cases.
Antigen test. This COVID-19 test detects certain proteins in the virus. Using a nasal or throat swab to get a fluid sample, antigen tests can produce results in minutes. Because these tests are faster and less expensive than PCR tests, antigen tests may be more practical to use for large numbers of people. A positive antigen test result is considered very accurate, but there’s an increased chance of false-negative results — meaning it’s possible to be infected with the virus but have a negative result. Depending on the situation, the doctor may recommend a PCR test to confirm a negative antigen test result.
Most COVID-19 testing is being done with the PCR test. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) considers PCR tests the “gold standard” of COVID-19 testing. This test was invented by Kary Mullis in the 1980s, and he actually won the Nobel Prize for it. Here’s a 2 minute video of him on YouTube, saying what the PCR test should or should not be used for https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V__Zx0qS7uI. Please watch it before it is deleted. He states clearly that
“with PCR, if you do it well, you can find almost anything in anybody”
In other interviews he has clearly stated that the PCR test should not be used for the detection of infectious disease, because with enough amplification — which is what is happening when it is used for COVID-19 testing — it will find traces of almost anything. Have you seen anything about this in the mainstream media? He died last year in November, just before COVID-19 began, so unfortunately he is not here to comment on what is happening.
I wanted to do some research on Kary Mullis, I picked two search engines and searched in both for “Kary Mullis PCR test”. The Google search returns a lot of fact checking websites saying that any “conspiracy theories” surrounding the PCR test are nonsense, while DuckDuckGo returns a lot of articles questioning the validity of the test.
Here are the search links
If you want to do a little research of your own then spend just a few minutes performing searches that question some of the things that are happening in the world right now. Type anything COVID-19 related with the exact same words into Google and then into DuckDuckGo and see how different the results are.
I think we need to question why the places where we get almost all of our information — the mainstream media and Google — are so heavily censoring content that speaks out against the ”official” story? Can we believe everything, or anything, that we hear and read from these sources if it is being so heavily censored?
I feel sad and a little angry about what they are doing to people’s lives, whether knowingly or unknowingly. I just wanted to share my thoughts and my research here. Please do your on research and make up your own, as we always need to do.